Where would you find the best smile on this Mona Lisa?

Speeding down the lake with her captain of many years.  The wind blowing her dark curly hair and the smell of fish and stink bait all around.

Sadly that adventure ended late last year when her captain got sicker.  This year is proving to be even tougher. He doesn’t even think about attempts of going out on the boat. She could fish off the neighborhood lakes but it’s truly NOT the same as wind blowing her dark curly hair around.

Please don’t take for granted the wind blowing in your hair. Don’t forget to let others know you ā¤.

Music šŸŽ¶Challenge

#Challenge #Music #day 17

Day 17 is a song with meaning to me.

Well music is a way of expression for my life. If I can’t say it in words, I’ll show you in a song.  

Daddy’s Hands by Holly Dunn

We played this at Dad’s funeral 11 years ago.

We played it to show we had grown up and understood what he taught us and that we would strive to do our best with the lessons learned.

Music šŸŽ¶Challenge

#Challenge #Music #day 16

First of all I truly apologize to my followers. As a Caregiver taking care of spouse with lung disease I tend to put myself on back burner as they say.  

Day 16 is a song about Alcohol and drugs. This song hits home for so many reasons. 

It reminds me of struggles my parents went through and some very close family and friends. 

#challenge #music #365daysofwriting

Day 8 is songs of the 70’s

Well I was born late 60’s and my parents born in the mid 40’s so music in my home growing up ranged from varies styles and artist. We were music lovers for sure and so with that said The next two songs are just the deciding shares, I could of blasted this post with all sorts of videos.

Since I failed to challenge songs from the 60’s I will share one from a favorite artist.

Cher is an all time favorite and I love the song Bang Bang, Great lyrics andĀ 

this video is full of amazing costumes and color

Now that I have shared the 60’s I will add the 70’s which had amazing artist also; as I said I could of blasted this page with favorites but I went with the Great Pat Benatar. This song came out right at the end of the 70’s.